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  • Cant get bt headset working with phoco

    I have a SE T637 and I know it only supports one BT connection at a time. How can I get the audio to route automatically to my BT headset upon receiving or dialing a call? I have useBTmanager enabled, and set it to disconnect on call, so it frees up my bt connection on the phone. However, is there any way to get it to automatically route the audio to my headset after that? I dont think using the afterAccept command will work because the connection is already disabled upon receipt of the call. does anyone have any ideas??

    btw, i am using the microsoft stack. my dongle came with bluesoleil, but it sucks. i dont really care to use my pc as a headset so i didn't install the widcomm drivers

  • #2
    Wont work whatever you do with the Microsoft stack, phoco only supports widcom drivers version 4 up.
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    • #3
      Update:
      I have installed the widcomm drivers successfully and am able to pair my phone to the computer. The serial port is working as well as all the dial/receive call functions. I can even route the audio to my pc, but i cant get it to go to my bt headset....

      HELP!

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      • #4
        Not sure about your particular phone but on my SE I have to transfer it via the phone to the PC using keys on the phone. Look up the instructions for getting the K750 to work on the phoco site. A word of warning tho, this will only work with version 1.6 and newer and you cant buy the software anymore so you might want to think about what your going to do even if you get it to work before you go to all the hassle. The only option I know of at the moment for phoco is to use the CF front end.
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        • #5
          yeaa i am using cf, so im trying to get it working with that. but i read through the instructions on the phoco forum, and seems like those are for manually transferring sound to the PC. i, on the other hand, want to transfer sound to my headset so i dont have to worry about feedback issues and what-not. but when i am in the phone and try and transfer the sound to my plantronics headset, it says connection failed. i think this is because there is already an open connection with the pc.

          on the other hand, if i go into usebtmanager, and set it to disconnect on call, then there is no way for phoco to send the command to transfer audio to my headset.

          seems like a catch-22.

          the only thing i can think of is to find a way to have the PC route the audio coming from the phone to my headset. so it would go phone-->pc--->headset, and that way the phone is never dropping the connection to the pc.

          any tips would be appreciated...

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          • #6
            I have just read this again. Do you mean your connecting your phone to the PC via BT and then trying to divert audio to a headset via BT?? Technically only using your PC to dial the numbers? If this is the case follow the K750 but you will have to use different keystrokes from the ones mentioned. You will have to work out the keystrokes to divert to the headset as opposed to the ones stated which divert audio to the PC. I don't even know if it can be done to be honest because the call is initiated via the PC so that's what the phone will want to connect to. You might have to pair the PC as com only and pair your headset as well so when you divert to headset it picks up the correct device.
            To be honest the more I think about this the more I cant see how it can be done when you can only connect to one device at a time on the phone. How about you divert audio to PC then from PC to your headset?
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            • #7
              You beat me to it lol
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              • #8
                Originally posted by v8 scimitar View Post
                To be honest the more I think about this the more I cant see how it can be done when you can only connect to one device at a time on the phone. How about you divert audio to PC then from PC to your headset?
                yup, i want to be able to use the pc to see whos calling and place a call, but i wanna use my bt headset because of privacy and greater call quality. if anyone knows how to divert audio to pc and then from pc to headset, that would be the best, but i dont know how..........

                on my old windows mobile phone, there was a command you could give to divert the audio, but that phone supported more than one simultaneous connection.

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                • #9
                  I don't know CF at all but if it is possible to program a button to launch something external then I am pretty sure a script in VB or AutoIt could be made up to make a connection to the headset via your PC if all else fails.
                  I see where you are coming from with your idea and I think it would be so easy to do with a wired headset.
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                  • #10
                    would anyone be able to write a script for this? it would probably help a lot of people who have phones that don't support more than one connection at a time...

                    i would do it mysefl but i have no idea how to execute commands in windows

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                    • #11
                      I would doubt that a generic script could be written as lots of things can be different between machines. I think for it to be able to work on any PC it would have to be a lot more complicated as it would have to gather the information it needed then perform the tasks with it. Maybe someone who has the widcom SDK can write an app for it maybe the writers of CF will help you out. To be honest your the only person I can think of trying to do things this way. Most people use a mic in the PC so don't have this problem but if there is enough demand for it then I am sure someone will do something.
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